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Supreme #41 review
Alan MooreFeaturedImage ComicsRetro ReviewReviewSupreme

The original concept for Supreme was expressed as “What if Superman was a reprehensible, murderous bastard?”  It wasn’t until Alan Moore that anyone thought to play with what an ersatz Superman’s adventures could actually mean…  Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Supreme #41 awaits!

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MarvelSneak PeekSupreme

Marvel released an early look at Squadron Supreme #1 by James Robinson and Leonard Kirk, that you can check out, after the jump.

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FeaturedImage ComicsIndie ComicsReviewSupremeWarren Ellis

Supreme Blue Rose #2 introduces readers to more character than just Diana Dane and continues to plant seeds for issues to come, rather than developing much plot on the page.

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FeaturedImage ComicsIndie ComicsReviewRob LiefeldSupremeWarren Ellis

Warren Ellis takes up a former Rob Liefeld property and breathe stunning life into this beautifully drawn issue.

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Image ComicsSolicitationsSupremeWarren Ellis

Image Comics has announced that Warren Ellis and Tula Lotay are reintroducing fans to Supreme and the Supreme Universe in July, and shared an early look at the first issue.

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FeaturedImage ComicsReviewSupreme

Or – “Turn And Face The Strange…” When the first issue of Supreme came out nearly two decades ago, I never expected that the character would end up featuring in some of the most entertaining comics I’ve ever read… Enter Alan Moore.

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